Unlike the standard blank page journal, this workbook journal is filled with 52 unique weekly activities, facts and quotes, and follow up questions based on that week's activity. It's like having a best friend who plans cool outings, makes helpful suggestions to keep you on track, and then checks in to ask you all about your experiences. Designed to be done in any order, this journal is easy and fun to use, having been created for your overall journaling success.
Knowing the positive personal experience journaling could provide, but having a hard time following through when staring at a blank page is a very common issue. Most journals - from fancy leather ones to modern checklist ones - lasted no more than a week before being tossed in a bedside drawer and forgotten about forever. There are other journals on the market that have prompts or inspirational quotes or to-do checklists, but they still leave the writer with too much blank space to figure out how to fill in. Journaling shouldn't take up your whole day! You shouldn't have to wait for something amazing to happen in order to write about it. And you should feel bad about only writing a couple sentences and then move on with your day.
First, it's designed for a once a week commitment. We have busy lives full of real world requirements, so trying to come up with something fresh and interesting to write about every day of the week is simply unrealistic.
Second, every week supplies the reader a new, meaningful, yet easy to complete activity. The truth is, without having something fresh or interesting to write about, we're likely to toss the journal aside. The weekly activities can be done in any order, so you can pick and choose what you want to do next. There are also inspirational quotes and interesting facts every week to keep you thinking.
Third, and most importantly thanks to this unique journal series, no more daunting blank page to fill in! Every week has two or three easy to answer questions based on the activity you just did. So not only are you given a great idea of something to do, but you have guided questions to help describe your experience about doing it. We need suggestions. We need guidance. We need focus to succeed. The 52-Week Journal series the much needed fresh perspective on the age-old journaling experience so many of us need.